Haley Strategic Flatpack Plus Coyote

The D3 FlatPack PLUS is a Hybrid Bag that packs the gap between a pack and a full sized day pack. It can go from an almost flat profile when compressed to about 1,400 cubic inches when completely expanded.
Availability:
In stock
Delivery time:
Next working day delivered (only in NL)
€193,90
Incl. tax

NCLUDES:

  • -FLAT PACK +
  • -SHOULDER STRAPS AND CHEST STRAP

DIMENSIONS:

Compressed

Main compartment- 14 "x 10" x 3.5 "Admin Pocket- 1" x 10.5 "x 7"

Expanded
Main Compartment -14 "x 10" x 6 "Admin Pocket-2" x 10.5 "x 7"

 

The D3 FlatPack PLUS is a Hybrid Bag that packs the gap between a pack and a full sized day pack. It can go from an almost flat profile when compressed to about 1,400 cubic inches when completely expanded.

 

With a larger capacity and full peel open design, the Flatpack PLUS paves the way for full customization. The interior features a full range of flat pack accessories (SOLD SEPARATELY).

In its compressed state, the D3 FlatPack PLUS can run a 1-liter hydration bladder in the main compartment with additional small items like batteries, energy gels and chem lights stored in the dedicated admin chamber. When expanded, the main compartment can fit a fully loaded D3CRX ™, a helmet or a jacket while fit and small binoculars.

The FlatPack PLUS features a new chest strap to add stability and comfort while under load. It also integrates with a D3CRX ™ or D3CR-H ™, replacing the X with the pack straps, creating a light reconnaissance, patrol or an EDC worst case scenario rig. The Gray FlatPack comes with a comfortable spacer mesh back pad.


Although designed with the Special Operations in mind, the D3 FlatPack PLUS also makes an excellent everyday pack for civilians looking for a very compact bag that does not scream military. Able to safely transport electronics such as a laptop or tablet (15 ") the padded inner chamber can also be used in digital cameras.

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